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AbstractCurves is an image generator which allows you to create stunning wallpapers/backgrounds or posters in any resolution, add effects or logos/watermarks to your photos. AbstractCurves includes a variety of built-in presets, and gives you the ability to create user presets. This program is available as a standalone application, and as a plug-in to the most popular graphic hosts, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel Paint Shop Pro, IrfanView, and others which support .8bf files.
- Unlimited number of effects;
- More than 10 galleries with 130+ built-in presets;
- Ability to create and save your own presets;
- Ability to set any color of generated image and background;
- 30+ built-in color palettes with 7000+ colors;
- Ability to create and save your own palettes;
- Adding generated images to your photos;
- Transparent background option for creating logos, icons, avatars, etc.;
- 16-bit image support.
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A very busy interface for creating patterns; I’ll probably stick to the more conventional image editors.
Comment by Flib Gibbet — August 3rd, 2015 at 3:19 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1) Reply
Comment by Tony Bennett — August 3rd, 2015 at 3:20 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1) Reply
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This is something new as GOTD. It is an “oscillator” with definable wave patterns to create something like wallpapers or background. The idea is not new, there have been many programs in the past of this categories. I have used this more than a decade ago to make the background of web pages.
The software is one year old.
Upon start a (at the first glance) complex interface opens. You don’t need to understand anything about harmonics, wave patterns or whatsoever.
Just use the presets, play around with the sliders and watch the newly produced picture. If you found settings, which you like, you can save these and produce a BMP, JPG or PNG of this output.
Some settings like transparency, JPG quality, no language or update settings found.
It is simply fun, does not harm your system and you can produce something unique as your new wallpaper.
I have made as example a wallpaper.
http://i.imgur.com/EBAt9Oh.png (free to use. LOL)
Not uninstalled(*), I will keep this and play around.
Have good start into the new week.
(*) I hope you understand, that I will keep my signature “uninstalled via reboot”. I understand that this leads from time to time to questions. This was, what I wanted – readers should rethink system security.
If somebody with the needed background wants writes a (readable) detailed explanation of this process and uploads this to a public place, I am willing to provide a link to this paper. I promise, the questions about this will come back from time to time, despite of an existing explanation.
Comment by Karl — August 3rd, 2015 at 3:25 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12) Reply
This is a very nice program which should allow anyone to create interesting and beautiful images for use as web page backgrounds, etc.
You are given enormous control over shape, colour, etc. Reminds me a lot of many fractal generation programs.
Will definitely be keeping this.
I can imagine many hours wasted playing with it!
Comment by Harroman — August 3rd, 2015 at 3:25 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6) Reply